This tasty, meaty, easy to make Cottage Pie Recipe is filled with minced beef, carrots, courgettes, onions, and a herby tomato sauce. The red wine creates a rich beefy taste, topped with creamy mashed potatoes and grated cheese before finishing in the oven. This is a hearty dish, perfect for these rainy afternoons when you’re […]
This super easy Lemon Drizzle Cake recipe contains just 5 ingredients. Butter, Lemons, Caster Sugar, Flour, and Eggs. It really is that simple! To make this incredibly moist, and flavoursome cake you mix all the ingredients together and throw them into a loaf tin. Once cooled, you add a lemon and sugar mix to make […]
Triple Bacon Cheeseburger, with honey glazed bacon, homemade beef patties and melted cheddar cheese. Served on a toasted brioche bun. I made this bad boy in just 20 minutes. All you need to add is ketchup! This is quite a burger! It tastes incredible and can be made in pretty much no time at all. […]
This is a homemade, sweet and sticky Jameson BBQ Sauce Recipe. This can be knocked up in no time at all and tastes better than most bottled BBQ sauces. It’s World Whisky Day today so what better way to share this amazing BBQ sauce recipe I created this week. If I’m honest, I didn’t have […]
Brie and Beetroot Tart served with a side salad. This is vegetarian recipe is easy to make and can be eaten a few days later. Or even frozen. I used brie instead of my normal choice, feta for this dish. The results were incredible and I’ll be definitely making this again! This Brie and Beetroot […]
Paleo Pancakes are light and fluffy pancakes not made in a very traditional way, other than the maple syrup! You can’t have pancakes without it! Cautious Eaters… I keep seeing Ped making all these delicious pancakes and it’s really made me crave them. Unlike him I haven’t got an incredible metabolism and can eat 6 […]
This baked feta cheese lunch dish is a creamy and delicious treat. Creamy feta, roasted tomatoes and onion, and black olives. Have with a few extra greek sides and a nice glass of crisp white wine in the evening.
Sirloin steak with chimichurri sauce, served with a baked potato and honey roasted parsnips and carrots as side. Steak is one of my favourite meals to eat out. Steak isn’t difficult to cook, but it’s imperative you cook your piece of meat right, and not overcook it. Especially if it’s a fine cut of steak. […]
The classic waffle recipe has been a bit of a trend over the past few years. More and more pop up stores are being seen at festivals, events and even retail stores. In particular waffle and dessert shops. The classic waffle is so simple to make. The hardest part about making waffles is choosing your […]
This is a super easy Honey and Mustard Glazed Gammon recipe. It can be cooked in the oven or the slow cooker. I’d usually do this in the slow cooker but couldn’t wait! I love this recipe because it can be kept in the fridge, and is great on a baguette the next day. I’ll […]
Our Marshmallow Rice Krispie Treats are a great way of getting those Rice Krispie Squares but homemade! The perfect snack for anyone with a sweet tooth. Rice Krispies, marshmallows, and hundreds and thousands!
These Tandoori Chicken Skewers will go down a treat any BBQ. Marinate in spices and yoghurt the night before, and just throw them on the BBQ or grill pan. These are really tasty and take about 10 minutes to prepare. Leave them in the fridge overnight for an amazing, tandoori flavour. This recipe is super […]
I’m seeing these Dalgona Coffee’s everywhere at the moment. I did say to Tom I would make one for him to try because they just look so chic but I’ve heard mixed reviews about the taste. 50% saying it’s gross, 50% saying it’s unbelievable, unfortunately, I’ll never know as I don’t like coffee it’s way […]
There’s something about Mozzarella and Tomato Chicken. Well, mozzarella in general really. When melted, and served with rosy red tomatoes with a garnish of chopped parsley, it gives off an Italian, pizza like feel. The stringy creamy cheese, pairs up with the tomatoes and chopped herbs beautifully well.
Today’s Chocolate Protein Brownies are a really quick recipe! You can find this written on the back of the PHD Chocolate Brownie Protein Powder packet. I’ve looked at it for some time wanting to make it! It contains bananas, cacao powder, peanut butter, and a few more ingredients. Keep reading to find out what!
This is a beautiful tasting dish that kind of gives off a slight Italian/Mediterranean feel with some of the herbs and spices used. I used smoked paprika, rosemary, oregano, mixed herbs and basil. I this recipe I use a frozen basa fillet however any white fish will do This is the first risotto dish I’ve […]
Our healthy smoothie recipe with blueberries, pear, orange, and porridge oats is a tasty and delicious way to start your morning in the right way! You may think this is a strange one once again, putting blueberries, pears, and orange along with oat milk and porridge oats into a smoothie…but bare with me on this… […]
Recently, I’ve been using a lot of the spices from the rack and I’ve got into a groove of trying to get through as many as I can. This Harissa Chicken packs loads of flavour with red chilli, red pepper, cumin, coriander, garlic, chilli flakes, and much more!
In this Flamenco Eggs, or Spanish Baked Eggs as others may call it, I used chorizo, eggs, tomatoes, onion, potatoes, paprika, and garlic. It gives off beautiful flavours from the tasty chorizo, and the smoked paprika.
This is a quick and easy Prawn and Chorizo Spaghetti recipe, that can be made in just 20 minutes. I used spaghetti, prawn, chorizo, tomatoes, garlic, chilli, and lime to finish. Given how long this dish takes it packs loads of flavours from the chorizo and garlic, and I’ve added chilli to give it a little kick. The citrus in the lime gives it a slightly sweet finish.
Here are some quick and easy steps to make homemade candied nuts! We’re using them on a number of different things including breakfast and dessert which you’ll see over the coming days. I am such a sucker for the candied nuts at the winter markets. Honestly I just walk past, grab a bag and leave, […]
Kick start your day with this sweet and tangy breakfast bowl packed full of beautiful colours and textures. This bowl is made up of raspberries, blueberries, porridge oats, pine nuts, sunflower seeds, banana, cashews, linseed and maca powder. Served with a berry smoothie.
This is a homemade fish and chips recipe, that is easy to make and is a lot cheaper than your local chippy! I used frozen cod fillets, tonic water to make the batter( as I had no beer), and some flour and seasoning. Just pre-boiled the chips before frying, and served on a bed of lemon mushy peas.
A popular Indian dish, Tandoori Chicken Naan is a favourite amongst many. This Tandoori Chicken Naan is a combination of roasted chicken in a tonne of spices and some natural yoghurt. Top this with wild garlic, sliced red onion, red pepper and coriander. Beautiful!
How to make pancakes with salted caramel sauce. This recipe uses a homemade salted caramel sauce, served with icing sugar and ice cream. Pancakes, caramel sauce and Ice cream. What more could you ask for?
This is my Mum’s sweet bread pudding recipe. This is made using bread, mixed fruit, eggs, milk, double cream, butter and sugar.
This traditional dessert dish may vary depending where you’re from in the world, but here in the Midlands we serve it sweet, and with cream.
Today’s recipe is a classic, traditional Indian Turkey Biryani. Made with a mixture of wild and basmati rice, peppers, spring greens and turkey! Perfect if you have leftover turkey from a Sunday dinner too!
If you’re looking for some tasty comfort food, then these Cheesy Beef Quesadillas are exactly what you’re looking for! The melted gooey cheese, mixed with the spicy ground beef is packed full of flavours. This literally melts in your mouth.
This is a great Roast Beef Dinner recipe recipe for the perfect Sunday roast! I cooked a rare roast beef, with beef dripping roast potatoes. Served with a side of roasted veg. Parsnips, carrots and red onions, with bacon and mozzarella broccoli cheese, and Yorkshire pudding. I used some homemade chicken stock too, and made some proper banging gravy!
The Sunrise Shot is a great way to start the day. Carrot, ginger, orange, and turmeric find their way into this morning juice shot to kick start your day! So I’ve been wanting to incorporate new and healthy ideas into my day to day. I need to start looking after me and what goes into […]
A healthy, homemade vegetable curry with a tonne of vegetables that most households will already have in! Potatoes, surely everyone has those and are even you British if you haven’t got a tin of lentils lying around in the cupboard. To be honest, I’m pretty sure we all have a cauliflower we don’t know what […]
Over the years I’ve made cookies quite a few times and always ended up going back to the Betty Crocker box ones. Seeing as I have a tonne of time on my hands with the UK currently being on lockdown I’m making the most of it and brushing up on my baking skills. What else […]
Good morning, I think it’s time for another smoothie recipe right? This ones really creamy and full of flavour. I added peach along with a whole load of tropical fruits. Head on down to read exactly how I made this peach smoothie! As I have mentioned before I love waking up and having something refreshing […]
Double Bacon Cheeseburger recipe. Served in a Brioche Bun, with Maple Syrup Bacon, grilled onions, and as much cheese as you possibly get on the burgers. Just use 20% fat beef mince, or ground beef and season before cooking.
This is a great recipe to have when you fancy something that’s extremely tasty and not too much hassle. Although there was a bit of washing up after, so try and grab someone to help you out! If you’re like me, occasionally I like to order something in. Whether it’s at home of a weekend […]
This is a Homemade Buttermilk Chicken Burger recipe. I made the buttermilk using just milk and lemon juice. All I added to the burger was maple syrup bacon, cheese slices, and spinach leaves on a brioche bun.
We really love a proper Bolognese with beef mince, but when we’re trying to be a little bit healthier, we switch over to a Turkey Bolognese. It’s still really tasty and rich, but with a lot less fat! If you want to be really good you could also switch out the spaghetti for courgette!
If you’re wanting a one pan, throw it all in recipe, but a relatively healthy breakfast/lunch option – you’ve come to the right place. Our sharing eggs are full of vegetables, creamy, crumbly feta. All to be eaten with some toasted sourdough, its a great option for breakfast or lunch.
On this post, I’ll briefly run through how we made our Tomato, Basil and Mozzarella Pizza in our Ooni 3 Portable, Woodfired outdoor Pizza oven. I think it was last year, my wife asked for a Pizza oven for her birthday, which I thought was a strange thing to ask for. I’d never really thought […]
Are you now having a “working from home breakfast”? A lot of people are working from home at the moment, or being furloughed like myself. Well, unless you’re a key worker it stands a chance you’re spending a lot more time at home. Or if you’re not, you should be….. According to studies, breakfast kick […]
Deep Fried Brie is one of my favourite starter recipes to make. Brie is a french creamy cheese that comes from cows milk. It’s soft and gooey textures tastes amazing with the crunch of the breadcrumbs. I first started cooking, just over 10 years ago. I would make recipes that came out of recipe boxes […]
This Mellow Yellow Smoothie is zingy, refreshing, and full of flavour and great for warmer days! It contains mango, pineapple, banana and much more! It seemed to fit perfectly as it’s been so warm over the past week. Don’t get me wrong I drink smoothies all year round, but I don’t always want a chocolate […]
I love a good old Cornish Pasty. It’s a traditional dish dating back years. According to wiki, a Cornish pasty is regarded as the national dish and accounts for 6% of the Cornish food economy apparently. Well I never.
This Easy Paella Recipe is a slight twist on the traditional recipe. Originating from Valencia, this dish would normally contain meat rice and green beans. Most people think of Seafood when they think of Paella. Well, Brits do anyway.
This is a quick and easy Sourdough Starter Recipe. I’m quite into sourdough, as I’ve mentioned in a few of my previous posts. It’s a little lighter than normal bread, but just looks so much more inviting too.